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  • A Child Remembers

    by Enid Samuel Traisman A Child Remembers is a write-in memory book for bereaved children age 8-12, making it a unique tool for children who are grieving the loss of someone they love. There are pages for writing about the person's life and death, A...

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  • A Keepsake Book of Special Memories

    by Laurie Van-Si & Lynn Powers  Compassion Books is pleased to re-introduce this beautifully prepared workbook to help children ages 4 - 12 to express their grief while capturing memories. By collecting photographs of the person who has died,...

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  • A Terrible Thing Happened

    Product Information Sherman Smith saw the most terrible thing happen. At first he tried to forget it, but soon something inside him started to bother him. He felt nervous for no reason. Sometimes his stomach hurt. He had bad dreams. And he started to...

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    A Visit To The Cemetery

    Product Information by Jessie Flynn Prepares a child for what they might see and do a when visiting the grave of a loved one. Long-time grief counselor Jessie Flynn has an exceptional ability to communicate clearly with young children at their level...

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  • Adventure in the Land of Grief

    by Steve Dawson & Laura Harris Product Information Adventure in the Land of Grief gives an entirely new way to work with grieving children. The authors have worked with this process for years. Here it is available in a nine-week children's...

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  • After a Murder

    Dougy Center Product Information This hands-on workbook reassures children that they are not alone with their feelings and confusion following a murder. Activities and word games are designed to help legitimize intense feelings and explain the...

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